Congratulations to all students who have been nominated at the club they represent 'Player of the Half Term'.
Here, the coaches explain why they have chosen their respective students for their quality and attitude on the training pitch and their performances in the league and cup games over the last six/seven weeks.
ESPFA LANCASHIRE (Skelmersdale United)
“JOE HART has had an unbelievable attitude in training and in games. He has shown himself to be a leader in the group and someone who I know I can rely on."
- Graham Hastings
ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Ossett United)
“DAWID GRABOWSKI has made a colossal start to the season! He has been deployed in midfield and defence without complaint and he has been a 'Rolls Royce', showing maturity in decision making and high levels of technical & physical output."
- Isaac Assenso
ESPFA GREATER MANCHESTER (Mossley AFC)
“Our player of the half term is PRINCE IFEONU. He has a really great attitude towards games and training. Prince has shown really good technical ability in midfield, able to take the ball under pressure and make intelligent decisions"
- Jordan Vincent and Mark Baker
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Runcorn Linnets)
“TOM WRIGHT has embraced every moment on the training and match day pitches so far this season. He applies himself everyday and is open minded to new challenges and the changes we are trying to implement in his game.
"What is most pleasing is his attitude towards his new team mates, he is thriving within the environment and as a first year still has plenty more to offer."
- Steve Chaney
ESPFA WEST YORKSHIRE (Brighouse Town)
“My player of the half term is CAIDEN TAYLOR. He has shown a great attitude in training and games and sets a good example to the rest of the squad. Well done Caiden!
- Kevin Ward
ESPFA CHESHIRE (Witton Albion)
"My player of the half term is JACK RALPH. As a first year he has adapted to the programme exceptionally well and is always applying himself during training. He brings the same level of intensity to games as well and has had a positive effect on the group. Well done Jack keep it up!"
- Peter Currah-Hall